Twins: Obamney, Romnama or is it Obama -n- Romney? When will America wake up? (Video)

Twins: Obamney, Romnama or is it Obama -n- Romney? When will America wake up? (Video)

Washington : DC : USA | Apr 23, 2012 at 11:24 PM PDT
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A pair of gloves, a pair of socks and a pair of politicians? Our gloves and socks when they are paired should be identical to one another. But a pair of politicians? Should politicians running against each other be the same in their beliefs, policies and plans for America? Well, I'm not sure why we should even bother to have an election if that is the case. But it is currently America's circumstances for election 2012.

We have a Democrat currently in office and a Republican wanting to move his large Mormon flock into the House of White. The only problem is they are identical twins. Not physically, but in most every other way thinkable, these two men running for the position of commander-in-Chief are quite similar.

In fact, when you put the two side-by-side on video and compare their speeches and moments of sharing, their words are nearly spot on with each other. If I didn't see it for myself I wouldn't believe it. Is this trick photography? Amazing!

Just published on YouTube, April 23 is this video of Obama and Romney (above). Channel4truth2012 posted it, and I feel it is a masterpiece of comparison of the two duplicates. It covers gun rights, Iran, the Patriot Act, universal healthcare, energy, NDAA, sanctions, auto bailouts, civil rights, economic stimulus, TARP, campaign donations, the beloved Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke and more.

After reviewing this beautiful work of art, I must say it will be an exceptional tool for Americans to show their unbelieving friends. You know, the ones that are still sleeping and don't yet believe America's only hope is Ron Paul.

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